PANORAMA LATINX is an initiative at the Gene Siskel Film Center supported by a three-year grant from the Reva and David Logan Foundation. The goal of the initiative is to support audience development and to engage the Latino community through advocacy, programming, partnerships, and showcasing emerging local filmmakers. Latin America is experiencing a film renaissance right now. The Film Center is proud to be the year-round home for international screenings, including the important new work being made by Latino filmmakers. The Film Center strives to be welcoming and responsive to all communities.

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CLARO is our new monthly post-screening discussion group bringing together Chicago area colleges and universities at the Gene Siskel Film Center. As part of the Panorama Latinx initiative, CLARO focuses on films from Latin America and by Latinx filmmakers.

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PREVIOUS FILMS

Embrace of the Serpent

El abrazo de la serpiente

2016, Ciro Guerra, Colombia, 125 min. With Nilbio Torres, Antonio Bolivar.

Showtimes:

  • Fri, Feb 16th 2:00pm
  • Mon, Feb 19th 7:45pm

First Chicago run!

Tales of Mexico

La Habitación

2016, Natalia Beristáin, Carlos Bolado, Carlos Carrera, Ernesto Contreras, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Alfonso Pineda Ulloa, Alejandro Valle, Iván Ávila Dueñas, Mexico/Poland, 118 min. With Irène Jacob, Kaori Momoi.

Showtimes:

  • Fri, Feb 9th 8:15pm
  • Sat, Feb 10th 3:00pm
  • Sun, Feb 11th 5:15pm
  • Mon, Feb 12th 8:15pm
  • Tue, Feb 13th 6:00pm
  • Wed, Feb 14th 8:15pm
  • Thu, Feb 15th 6:00pm

Chicago premiere!

No Dress Code Required

Etiqueta no rigurosa

2017, Cristina Herrera Borquez, Mexico, 92 min.

Showtimes:

  • Sun, Jan 21st 5:00pm
  • Thu, Jan 25th 7:45pm